In some ways, Iceland is simply magical. Its location conjures images of an iced-over piece of land at the top of the world. But what many travelers don’t know is that Iceland's combination of hot and cold make this country a mystifying destination. Iceland is technically part of Europe – a Scandinavian country about the size of Kentucky or England. And despite assumptions, Iceland is not all…well, ice. There is a unique yin-yang to Iceland that only those travelers booking flights to Iceland will be privileged to discover.
From glacier-covered-volcanoes and steaming hot outdoor pools, to 24-hour days of pure sunshine, Iceland is nothing if not unique. The people speak the ancient Norse and the weather rarely dips below the mid-20s, even in the winter. During the winter, there is about four hours of daylight and January only sees about three sunny days the entire month. Still, about 300,000 people call Iceland home and visitors booking Iceland flights and accommodations will be welcomed with warm hearts to this country at the top of the world. Need another reason to fly to Iceland? According to an annual U.N. report published in 2007, Iceland was named the most desirable country to live in.